Traditional Weddings

Discover the rich culture of african traditional weddings, featured weddings include igbo traditional weddings, yoruba traditional weddings, hausa traditional weddings, ijaw traditional weddings, efik traditional weddings, tiv traditional weddings and more.

Nma & Emy's Colourful Igbo Traditional Wedding

Start your day with a pop of colours. We loved how rich in culture the traditional wedding was.

First Photos From Ebuka Obi-Uchendu And Cynthia Obianodo's Traditional Wedding

The traditional wedding of Tv personality Ebuka Obi-Ochendu and Cynthia Obianodo is happening today, right now in Anamabra state.

See first photos below!

Sneak Peek into Rotimi (DJ Exclusive) & Tinuke's Traditional Wedding

Ladies and gentlemen, Rotimi Alakija more popularly known as DJ Exclusive is off the market.

Ejovwoke And Ovie's Traditional Wedding

There is something about rich traditional weddings that draws you in.

Photos From Governor Ajimobi's Beautiful Daughter, Ajibola's Traditional Wedding

One of the beautiful daughters of Governor Ajimobi, Ajibola got married to Ayokunle Olayiwola the son of Samuel Adekunle Ajayi and Yeye Omotola Ajayi of Ikole Ekiti on Saturday, 22nd of August.

The Enchanting Edo Brides

Edo brides are known for their elaborate beaded bridal wear – complete with a crown and accessories.

The Beauty of Culture: The 'Stern Faced' Ijaw Bride

The focus this week is the infamous ijaw community of the Niger Delta.

Did you know that Ijaw brides are not supposed to smile until she is been sprayed by her husband? Weird right……I thought so too.  So here's the scoop, from the moment she walks out and she's been cheered and sprayed by her friends, family and even her in-laws, she is not expected to smile or even give the slightest smile until her husband comes to spray her. Only from that point is she expected to smile.

Please don’t ask me why; as I have no idea whatsoever! What happens to gigglers like me?


Have Traditional Weddings Lost their Purpose?

What's the purpose of the traditional wedding? Why was it instituted in the first place? What's its customary relevance? Does it stand a chance in modern Nigeria?